The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be announced on Aug. 28 in New York, but a recent leak may have already spoiled the rest of its features that haven’t been leaked yet. A marketing material for the device has surfaced online, and it may have confirmed some of the Note 8’s specs.

A brochure for the Samsung Galaxy S8 was published by the Australian website Ausdroid, and the site claims it has been provided by one of its sources. The brochure shows the Note 8’s alleged final design, which has already been leaked by previous renders and leaks.

The Galaxy Note 8’s design closely resembles the Galaxy S8, but the S Pen stylus and the dual cameras on the back make it clear that this is a new device. The marketing material also carries the tag lines “Now This Is Full Screen” and “Do Bigger Things.”

There’s been much confusion as to what the Note 8’s actual screen size is. IBT previously reported that it could have either a 6.3- or a 6.4-inch Infinity Display. Now, the brochure has confirmed that it’s the former, and that it will have a quad HD resolution of 2,960 x 1,440.

It's already been known for awhile that the device will have a set of dual cameras, but it has never been outed how Samsung plans to implement the technology. The leaked brochure for the Note 8 shed some light on this issue.

The Galaxy Note 8 will have a telephoto lens for one camera, while the other will have a standard lens. The marketing material states that the telephoto lens for one of the cameras will be able to provide 2x optical zoom. Phone Arena pointed out that this is less than the previously rumored 3x zoom.

This type of setup is the same with how Apple implemented its dual-camera system for the iPhone 7 Plus. One major difference here is that the brochure listed that both cameras on the Note 8’s back will feature a very wide f/1.7 aperture. This would mean that its cameras will be able to perform well under low light. It’s also much better than the iPhone 7 Plus’ secondary telephoto camera that only has an f/2.8 aperture lens.

On paper, it seems as though the dual cameras on the Note 8 are poised to be superior than the ones on the iPhone 7 Plus. However, it's still a bit too early to tell at this point when the phone hasn't been launched yet.

Other features confirmed by the leaked brochure include facial recognition technology, an iris scanner, the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and an IP68 water and dust resistance rating. Unfortunately, the brochure didn’t really say if the S Pen would come with any new features.

The brochure also listed that the Galaxy Note 8 would only be available in black and gold color options in Australia. It was previously leaked that the device would be available in other colors like dark blue, deep sea blue, pink, arctic silver and orchid gray. Some of these might be exclusive to some markets.